Jazz in the Night Wednesday - October 10 2018

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Jazz in the Night Wednesday - October 10 2018

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Posted on:October 9, 2018

On the Wednesday, October 10, 2018 installment of Jazz In The Night Wednesday (Weekly, Midnight to 2 AM PT...you figure which day),  we dig into some of the new releases in the library including the latest from ; preview upcoming concert performances by ; celebrate birthdays and On This Day In Jazz Milestones from ... and MORE! LISTEN LIVE or Replay Jazz In The Night Tuesday any day of the week from the Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy!

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Annotated Playlist for Jazz In The Night Wednesday October 10, 2018

Hour 1


0:00 AM Thelonious Monk [Wikipedia], John Coltrane “Ruby, My Dear” — Riverside Profiles

  • BIRTHDAY! Wednesday, October 10 - Thelonious Monk [Composer] [Piano] 10/10/1917 100 Pianist/Composer Rocky Mount, NC 1982


BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 1 Intro, Blog Post and Social Media Promo


0:10 AM Cecile McLorin Salvant “The Gentleman Is A Dope” — The Window


0:15 AM Todd Hunter Trio “Snake In The Bottle” — Eat, Drink, Play


BREAK:


0:26 AM The Mission Bay High School Preservationists “Louisiana Fairytale” — Louisiana Fairytale

  • NEW RELEASE “The Mission Bay Preservationists is one of the nation's premier traditional youth jazz bands. The band has been featured at venues throughout San Diego County and California including: Anthology, House of Blues, Dizzy's, Petco Park, Sea World, Tango Del Rey, Lux Art Institute, Ocean Beach Music and Art Festival, and the Sacramento Jazz Festival. The band's last three releases have been featured on two of the country's finest jazz radio stations,  ("The Second Line Parade" with host Drew Miller) in San Diego and WWOZ ("The Traditional Hour" with host Keith Hill) in New Orleans.” [Preservationists - About, Mission Bay Music]


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID: TS Monk on Pops Thelonious Monk’s Birthday 10/10/17!


0:33 AM Christopher Hollyday “Autumn in New York” — Telepathy

  • IN CONCERT Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - Jazz Live San Diego with Christopher Hollyday. MEMBERS RESERVE TICKETS>Jazz88.org/speakeasy

  • ““Looking back, there was too much talk about how young I was, you know ‘the youngest cat to play the Village Vanguard’ instead what I brought to the music. One thing we all had in common was being dead serious about the music.”” [Dead serious about the music, Robert Bush, San Diego Reader]


BREAK: San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, October 10 through Tuesday, October 16


0:45 AM The Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine “Nature Boy” — Tasty Tunes

  • IN CONCERT Sunday, October 14 - Big Band, Jazz Orchestra, Latin Jazz, Swing, Modern Jazz 4:00 PM - The Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine, featuring Vocalists Janet Hammer and Carly Ines. — Handlery Hotel San Diego DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • “While other bands have come and gone the Jazz Machine has adamantly stayed the course, presenting dynamic big-band jazz to its southern California audiences without watering down the leader's guiding principle, which is to ensure that the music is always creative and swinging. “

  • “At a time when most big bands that remain active are running on fumes, it's good to know that there's an ensemble in sunny San Diego that keeps on fighting the good fight, doing its utmost to keep the flame of big-band jazz alive and burning in its wee corner of the world. Here's wishing the Jazz Machine many more prosperous years.” [Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine: Tasty Tunes, Jack Bowers, AllAboutJazz.com]


BREAK (Before Last Tune of Hour): Coming Up In Hour 2, Blog and Social Media Promo


0:53 AM Matt Shevitz “Forward Motion” — Forward Motion


Hour 2


1:00 AM Oscar Brown Jr. “Signifyin' Monkey” — Then & Now


BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 2 Intro, Hour 1 Final Tune, Blog Post and Social Media Promo


1:07 AM Jimmie Smith “Midnight Special” — Live In Music City: Jimmie Smith Plays Jimmy Smith

  • NEW RELEASE “Rev. Jimmie Smith lives comfortably in the worlds of blues and gospel. As more artists are combining the two genres than ever before, Smith adds the classic Hammond B3 ensemble sound to the performance. From romping church-stompers to slick and funky soul, the good reverend not only pays tribute to Jimmy Smith, but to everyone who has ever played this classic instrument – and, of course, those of us who love it.” [Rev. Jimmie Smith Plays Jimmy Smith ‘Live in Music City’, JD Nash, American Blues Scene]


BREAK:

  • Jazz West Coast Celebrated During The Jazz 88.3 2018 Fall Membership Drive - DONATE NOW!


1:22 AM Bill Charlap Trio “SPRING CAN REALLY HANG YOU UP THE MOST” — Uptown Downtown

  • BIRTHDAY Monday, October 15 - Bill Charlap [Piano] 10/15/1966 100 New York, NY

  • “Bill Charlap is one of the strongest mainstream jazz pianists on the scene and one of the most gifted interpreters of standards. He grew up in a musical household, as the son of Broadway songwriter Moose Charlap and singer Sandy Stewart. Taking to the piano at a young age, he went on to study at New York's High School of Performing Arts. He then entered college, but rather than finishing, he opted to practice and play on his own” [Bill Charlap, Artist Biography by David R. Adler, AllMusic]


BOTTOM OF HOUR ID: Doug Webb - Played Gerry Mulligan Piano-Less Quartet Charts at Jazz Live San Diego 10/9/18


1:30 AM Gerry Mulligan_Stan Getz “I Didn't Know What Time It Was” — Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi

  • ON THIS DAY Friday, October 12 - The classic "Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi" is recorded for Verve records in 1950

  • “For the finale, the boys return to the Hart and Rodgers library and pull out another classic, “I Didn’t Know What Time It Was,” originally written for the 1939 Broadway musical, “Too Many Girls.” This is another animated work that will keep you on your toes.

    I am fairly certain that you will find “Getz Meets Mulligan In Hi-Fi” to be a great addition to your personal playlist, for a Saturday or any other night![Jazz For A Saturday Night #115: Gerry Mulligan & Stan Getz, Al Evans]


BREAK: Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, October 10 through October 16


1:43 AM Thelonious Monk “Monk's Mood” — Genius of Modern Music, Volume 1

  • ON THIS DAY Monday, October 15 - Thelonious Monk makes his recording debut as a leader. The year was 1947.

  • “In 1947, Ike Quebec introduced Monk to Lorraine Gordon and her first husband, Alfred Lion, the founder of Blue Note Records. From then on, Gordon preached his genius to the jazz world with unrelenting passion. Shortly after meeting Gordon and Lion, Monk made his first recordings as the Coleman Hawkins Quartet leader for Blue Note (later anthologized on Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 1), which showcased his talents as a composer of original melodies for improvisation.” [Thelonious Monk, Wikipedia]


1:46 AM Allison Miller “What?!” — Science Fair

  • NEW RELEASE “Science Fair marks a successful collaboration between drummer Allison Miller and pianist Carmen Staaf, both accomplished musicians and composers. The album, produced by the avant-garde clarinetist Ben Goldberg, flourishes with great musical choices and dynamic interplay. Each tune, regardless of the group configuration, displays an attractive jazz-rock hybridity that sparkles with genuine vitality. “ [ALLISON MILLER / CARMEN STAAF - SCIENCE FAIR, Jazz Trail]


BREAK (Before Last Tune of Show): Blog and Social Media Promo, Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy Replay


  • NEW RELEASE “Thelonious Monk effortlessly referenced disparate developments in jazz history, moving from bop back to stride during any given session. And it’s the capacious nature of his practice that conductor Miho Hazama captures in her seven arrangements of Monk tunes for the Metropole Orkest Big Band.” “This is a work of fellowship and camaraderie, and it’s readily apparent.” [Miho Hazama & Metropole Orkest Big Band - The Monk: Live At Bimhuis, Dave Cantor, DownBeat]


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San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, October 10 through Tuesday, October 16, 2018


(Artists In Bold Featured In Tonight's Show)

  • Wednesday, October 10

    • Blues Jam - Guest Jammer: David Mosby! The Blues Jam is in full-swing and happens every Wednesday night at Proud Mary's (located at the Ramada Inn: 5500 Kearny Mesa Road, 92111) from 6:30-9:30pm.

    • Jazz - 2:30 PM - Dene Davidson & Friends — Carlsbad Village Faire DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Thursday, October 11

    • Jazz Big Band 6:30 PM - The Jazz Katz Orchestra: Swing Under The Stars - Scholarship Fundraiser — Grossmont College (Quad, Outdoors)  DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Traditional Jazz 8:00 PM - Uptown Rhythm Makers — Black Cat Bar DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Friday, October 12

  • Saturday, October 13

    • Jazz 6:00 PM - Ryan Dart Trio — Aztec Brewery (Vista)  DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz 8:00 PM - Steph Johnson and Friends — Westgate Hotel  DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • "Mamma Mia"! - You'll want to mark your calendars because he production of "Mamma Mia"at Welk Resorts Theatre in Escondido is officially in full-swing, now through February 24, 2019. Matinee Performances | Saturday and Sunday at 1:00pm. Evening Performance | Saturday at 8:00pm. Beginning November we will add a Thursday Matinee at 1pm and Thursday evening at 7pm.

  • Sunday, October 14

    • Big Band, Jazz Orchestra, Latin Jazz, Swing, Modern Jazz 4:00 PM - The Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine, featuring Vocalists Janet Hammer and Carly Ines. — Handlery Hotel San Diego DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

      • “While other bands have come and gone the Jazz Machine has adamantly stayed the course, presenting dynamic big-band jazz to its southern California audiences without watering down the leader's guiding principle, which is to ensure that the music is always creative and swinging. “

      • “At a time when most big bands that remain active are running on fumes, it's good to know that there's an ensemble in sunny San Diego that keeps on fighting the good fight, doing its utmost to keep the flame of big-band jazz alive and burning in its wee corner of the world. Here's wishing the Jazz Machine many more prosperous years.” [Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine: Tasty Tunes, Jack Bowers, AllAboutJazz.com]

    • Jazz Gospel 5:00 PM Earl Vaults & New Vision of Praise — Christian Fellowship Congregational Church UCC • 1601 Kelton Road, San Diego, CA 92114 DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Monday, October 15

    • Jazz - 9:00 PM - Monday Night Jazz Jam presented by Louis V. — Rosie O'Grady's DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Tuesday, October 16

  • Future Events

    • San Diego Symphony Fall-Winter Season! Jazz 88.3 is so proud to support the San Diego Symphony's 2018-2019 Fall-Winter Season! The season kicks off with Pat Metheny, Saturday, October 27th (8PM).

    • Art San Diego! Jazz 88.3 is proud to support Art San Diego, happening October 18th - 21st at the scenic Wyland and Expo Center a 30,000+ square foot exhibition space is located just 20 miles north of downtown San Diego (Del Mar Fairgrounds). Discover Art San Diego—a contemporary art show in the heart of southern California featuring an international slate of artists and galleries.

Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, October 10 through October 16

More where this comes from DAILY at Jazz88.org. BOLD FEATURED ON THIS WEEK'S SHOW

  • Wednesday, October 10

    • Thelonius Monk [Composer] [Piano] 10/10/1917 100 Pianist/Composer Rocky Mount, NC 1982

    • Oscar Brown Jr. [Vocals-Lead] 10/10/1926 100 Singer/Songwriter Chicago, IL 2005

    • Stan Getz records with the Oscar Peterson trio for Verve records in 1957.

  • Thursday, October 11

    • Art Blakey [Drums and Percussion] 10/11/1919 100 Drummer/Leader Pittsburgh, PA 1990

    • Billy Higgins [Drums and Percussion] 10/11/1936 100 Drummer Los Angeles, CA 2001

    • Coleman Hawkins records "Body & Soul" for Bluebird records in 1939.

  • Friday, October 12

    • Amina Figarova [Piano] 10/12/1966 100 Baku, Azerbaijan

      • “Pianist and composer Amina Figarova was asleep in a Brooklyn apartment belonging to friends when the events of September 11, 2001 unfolded. As she moved about the city after the destruction of the World Trade Center, and later returned home to Rotterdam, a powerful documentary inspired her to create September Suite.” [September Suite, AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden]

    • Chris Botti [Trumpet] 10/12/1962 100 Portland, OR

    • The classic "Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi" is recorded for Verve records in 1950

      • “For the finale, the boys return to the Hart and Rodgers library and pull out another classic, “I Didn’t Know What Time It Was,” originally written for the 1939 Broadway musical, “Too Many Girls.” This is another animated work that will keep you on your toes.

        I am fairly certain that you will find “Getz Meets Mulligan In Hi-Fi” to be a great addition to your personal playlist, for a Saturday or any other night!

[Jazz For A Saturday Night #115: Gerry Mulligan & Stan Getz, Al Evans]

  • Saturday, October 13

    • Art Tatum [Piano] 10/13/1909 100 Pianist Toledo, OH 1956

    • Pharoh Sanders [Tenor Saxophone] 10/13/1940 100 Saxophonist Little Rock, AK

    • Count Basie records "I Keep Remembering", "Out the Window", "Don't You Miss Your Baby" and "Let Me Dream" for Decca in 1937.

  • Sunday, October 14

    • Kazumi Watanabe [Guitar] 10/14/1953 100 Guitarist Tokyo, Japan

    • Fritz Pauer [Piano] 10/14/1943 100 Pianist Vienna, Austria 2012

    • Louis Armstrong meets Oscar Peterson in the studio to cut their classic date for Verve records in 1957.

  • Monday, October 15

    • Bill Charlap [Piano] 10/15/1966 100 New York, NY

      • “Bill Charlap is one of the strongest mainstream jazz pianists on the scene and one of the most gifted interpreters of standards. He grew up in a musical household, as the son of Broadway songwriter Moose Charlap and singer Sandy Stewart. Taking to the piano at a young age, he went on to study at New York's High School of Performing Arts. He then entered college, but rather than finishing, he opted to practice and play on his own” [Bill Charlap, Artist Biography by David R. Adler, AllMusic]

    • Freddy Cole [Piano] 10/15/1931 100 Chicago, IL

    • Thelonious Monk makes his recording debut as a leader. The year was 1947.

      • “In 1947, Ike Quebec introduced Monk to Lorraine Gordon and her first husband, Alfred Lion, the founder of Blue Note Records. From then on, Gordon preached his genius to the jazz world with unrelenting passion. Shortly after meeting Gordon and Lion, Monk made his first recordings as the Coleman Hawkins Quartet leader for Blue Note (later anthologized on Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 1), which showcased his talents as a composer of original melodies for improvisation.” [Thelonious Monk, Wikipedia]

  • Tuesday, October 16

    • Ray Anderson [Trombone] 10/16/1952 100 Chicago, IL

    • Roy Hargrove [Trumpet] 10/16/1969 100 Trumpeter Waco, TX

    • The Daddy of big band drummers, Gene Krupa, died on this day in 1973 at his home in Yonkers, New York.


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